Few people can recall this type of weather, which includes chilly winds, rain, and fog, occurring in May. Since the beginning of this month, Delhi NCR has only seen clouds and rain. This phenomenon is unusual for May, which is typically the hottest month of the year, and it follows a cooler-than-usual April in the nation’s capital, with a high temperature of 28.7 degrees Celsius on April 30, 10 degrees below average for this time of year.
According to weather officials, conditions are favorable for fog when there is a lot of moisture in the air and a big variation between daytime and overnight temperatures. Cloudy skies, rain, and thunderstorms were expected over Delhi around this time of the week, according to India Meteorological Department (IMD) last weekforecast due to an active western disturbance.